Oh hey September. Here in south Florida it’s still about 100° which means part of me can’t believe summer is over and that it’s time for fall. After a summer sabbatical from all writing and creating and social media-ing I am excited to be back here. I have lots of words that I can’t wait to share with you in the hopes of bringing you encouragement and hope amidst your everyday.
What better place to bring daily encouragement and beauty and truth than a pretty wallpaper for your phone, tablet or computer. I hope the reminder from Psalm 84 will settle your heart this month as we transition from one season to another. Change is always hard no matter how much we anticipate it and look forward to its coming. Let the reminder that God is our protector and provider and good Father who does not withhold good from His children, be an ever present reminder of His great love for you this month.
For the Lord God is a sun and shield;
the Lord bestows favor and honor.
No good thing does he withhold
from those who walk uprightly.
WHAT I’M LOOKING FORWARD TO IN SEPTEMBER
- Writing. Getting all the words from my head down onto paper.
- Fresh rhythms & routines.
- Diving into a new season of work. I’m fearful and overwhelmed but excited nonetheless.
- Picking my kids up from school every day. Hands down, best part of the day.
- Potentially training for a race!
- Making headway on my booklist for 2017.
What are you looking forward to this month? What fun things do you have planned this summer? I’m praying that no matter what you have planned this month, that these simple wallpapers will serve as a daily reminder that you are loved. Enjoy.
To use Desktop Wallpaper: Click on the links below, and save the large image to your computer. Then set it as your desktop wallpaper.
PHONE & TABLET
To use iPhone & Tablet Wallpapers + Lock Screen: Click on the links below, and save the image to your photos. Open your camera roll, select the image and click next. A box should pop up with icons (message, mail, copy, etc.) choose ‘Use as Wallpaper.’ Scale or position the image to your liking and then select ‘Set Lock Screen.’